Name America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819
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17787 A legacy; or, Widow's mite: left by Alice Hayes to her children and others. Being a brief relation of her life; with an account of some of her dying sayings. Hayes , Alice
1807
21610 A letter from the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, to the churches under their care; accompanied with a plan adopted by the Assembly for the establishment of a Theological School, intended to increase The Piety and Learning, of candidates for the holy ministry, as well as to procure A Larger Supply of Ministers for the wants of the churches. Romeyn , John Brodhead
Janeway , Jacob Jones
1810
19828 A letter on the principles of the Christian faith: written by Hannah Sinclair, (Eldest Daughter of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart.) Who died May 22, 1818. First American, from the fourth Edinburg edition. More , Hannah
Sinclair , Hannah
Franklin Press (Richmond)
1819 First American, from the fourth Edinburg edition.
19831 A letter on the principles of the Christian faith. Written by Hannah Sinclair, (eldest daughter of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart.) Who died on the 22d of May, 1818. First American, from the second London edition. More , Hannah
Sinclair , Hannah
1819 First American, from the second London edition.
19829 A letter on the principles of the Christian faith. Written by Hannah Sinclair, eldest daughter of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart. Who died, May 22, 1818. Second American, from the second London Edition. More , Hannah
Sinclair , Hannah
1819 Second American, from the second London Edition.
17462 A letter, written by Mrs. Sally Ferriss, after the death of her husband, the Rev. Walter Ferriss, of Charlotte, Vt. to the Rev. Isaac Sawyer, of Monkton, occasioned by some uncharitable expressions, made use of by Mr. Sawyer, against Mr. Ferriss in particular, and the Universalists at large. Ferriss , Sally
1806
21783 A list of the presbyteries, ministers, probationers, and congregations, both settled and vacant, within the bounds of the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia. Made in the year 1788. The presbyteries are placed in the order in which they lie from New-York to Georgia inclusive.--The Ministers according to their seniority in the ministry, in their respective Presbyteries with the Congregations in which they are settled annexed to their names--And the collections annexed to the congregations which contributed in the year 1787, for the purpose of printing the Draught of a Form of Government and Discipline, and defraying of other Synodical expences. With an Account of the Disbursements. , Synod of New York and Philadelphia
1803
17575 A manual, containing the expressions most used in travelling, and in the different circumstances in life. By Madame de Genlis. In English and French. Corrected and amended by an Instructer [sic] of Languages. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité
Cummings & Hilliard (Boston)
1817
18231 A mother's advice to her son and daughter. By the Marchioness de Lambert. First American edition. Lambert , Anne Thérèse de Marguenat de Courcelles
Melvin Lord (Boston)
1814 First American edition.
14615 A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson, Containing an Account of Her Suffering During Four Years with the Indians and French. Published According to Act of Congress. Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. Johnson , Susannah Willard
1807 Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
18046 A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson. Containing an account of her sufferings, during four years, with the Indians and French. Together with an appendix; containing the sermons, preached at her funeral, and that of her mother; with sundry other interesting articles. Third edition corrected, and considerably enlarged. Johnson , Susannah Willard
1814 Third edition corrected, and considerably enlarged.
19335 A narrative of the captivity, sufferings and removes of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, who was taken prisoner by the Indians, with several others; and treated in the most barbarous and cruel manner by the savages : with many other remarkable events during her travels. Written by her own hand, for her private use, and since made public at the earnest desire of some friends, and for the benefit of the afflicted. Rowlandson , Mary White
1805
16286 A Narrative of the Controversy Between the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, D.D. and the Author. By Hannah Adams. Adams , Hannah
1814
15168 A Narrative of the Events which have taken place in France, from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte, on the 1st of March, 1815, till the restoration of Louis XVIII. With an account of the present state of society and public opinion. By Helen Maria Williams. Williams , Helen Maria
Moses Thomas (Philadelphia)
1816
17742 A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah
1803
17743 A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah
1803
17744 A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah
1806
21770 A narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, was conducted, under the command of Major General St. Clair, together with his observations on the statements of the Secretary of War and the Quarter Master General, relative thereto, and the reports of the committees appointed to inquire into the causes of the failure thereof: taken from the files of the House of Representatives in Congress. St. Clair , Arthur
1812
16334 A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. Allen , Sarah
Benjamin Marston (Boston)
1816 The Second Edition.
16335 A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (Late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. Allen , Sarah
1817 The Second Edition.
16333 A Narrative of the Shipwreck and Unparalleled Sufferings of Mrs. Sarah Allen, (late of Boston) on her Passage in May Last from New-York to New Orleans. Being the Substance of a Letter from the Unfortunate Mrs. Allen to her Sister in Boston. The Second Edition. Allen , Sarah
M. Brewster (Boston)
1816 The Second Edition.
18549 A new Arsecotcia song; Composed by old Betty Grey. Tune-Rogues March. 1804
16130 A New collection of riddles. Ornamented with engravings. O'Keeffe , Adelaide
1815
14590 A New System of Domestic Cookery, formed upon Principles of Economy, and adapted to the use of Private Families. By a Lady. Rundell , Maria Eliza
William Andrews (Boston)
1807
14591 A New System of Domestic Cookery, formed upon Principles of Economy, and adapted to the use of Private Families. By a Lady. Rundell , Maria Eliza
Benjamin C. Buzby (Philadelphia)
1807